The post-acute phase of sars-cov-2 infection in two macaque species is associated with signs of ongoing virus replication and pathology in pulmonary and extrapulmonary tissues

Kinga P. Böszörményi, Marieke A. Stammes, Zahra C. Fagrouch, Gwendoline Kiemenyi-Kayere, Henk Niphuis, Daniella Mortier, Nikki van Driel, Ivonne Nieuwenhuis, Richard A.W. Vervenne, Tom Haaksma, Boudewijn Ouwerling, Deborah Adema, Roja Fidel Acar, Ella Zuiderwijk-Sick, Lisette Meijer, Petra Mooij, Ed J. Remarque, Herman Oostermeijer, Gerrit Koopman, Alexis C.R. HostePatricia Sastre, Bart L. Haagmans, Ronald E. Bontrop, Jan A.M. Langermans, Willy M. Bogers, Ivanela Kondova, Ernst J. Verschoor*, Babs E. Verstrepen

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